Scribble - Stickies on Steroids

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Scribble Sync FAQ

How do I get started with Scribble sync?
Click on the "Sync" icon on the toolbar, create a Scribble Sync account, and you will be up and running. Scribble will silently start saving all your notes to the cloud and you can access them from anywhere henceforth.
What happens to my current notes?
No worries, all your current notes will be automatically saved to the cloud the first time you login into Scribble.
How do I disable sync or logout from Scribble?
Clicking on the "Sync" icon on the toolbar will toggle the Scribble Sync status between "Off" and "On". When you switch off Sync, we will automatically clear all your locally stored notes, and log you out. You can always log back in using your Scribble account and resume syncing anytime.
Can Scribble sync with my Dropbox or Google Docs account?
No, all your notes are stored on our own servers.
I forgot my password, what do I do?
You can reset your password by clicking on the "Forgot/change password" link from the login dialog. Instructions will be sent to the email address you signed up with.

Scribble - stickies on steroids!

If you have a habit of saving .txt files to your desktop as reminders, notes, thoughts and random ideas, Scribble is for you. You can now manage all those notes in one place - clutter free. Scribble allows you to be organised without enforcing itself on you.

With Scribble, you can

  • Take down notes quickly without scrambling to store them in text files
  • Attach reminders to specific notes
  • Write peacefully - letter by letter auto-save
  • Drag, drop and arrange the notes however you want
  • Store todo lists, grocery items, phone numbers, email templates
  • Access your notes when you are offline - yours notes are stored locally

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